tHUMDAY, ATJUUB I 1 •, t«W BHIHBJLLLB, (AHlt.T OOTTRTOl Senate Routine Threatens To Delay Sen. McCarthy's Story of Loyalty Suspects PAGE SEYEW WASHINGTON. Aug. a (,P) _, Routine .Senate business today threatened to delay Senator McCarthy's plans to make public the names of 29 State Department em- ployes whose loyalty, he says, has been questioned. t "I don't plan to delay the calendar call by making my speech in bits," the Wisconsin Republican told a reporter. "But I hope to get the floor, possibly late in the day." The Senate was scheduled to call Its calendar of bills starting at 11 «j3i.. EST. under a system whereby routine measures are passed as read unless some Senator objects. Any senator can speak for five minutes after each bill is brought up. In the past some senators have made lengthy speeches In five-minute spurts, "I never 4° that unless they try to shut mt off." McCarthy said. Chairman Gillotte (D-Ia) of the subcommittee that policed last year's election campaign, said, meanwhile, that action on a request for an investigation of McCarthy himself, probably will be delayed "at least six weeks." Benton Asks Pruhe Senator Benton (D-Conn> has asked for an investigation of McCarthy's part in the Maryland Senate election last fall of Senator John Marshall Butler (R-Md). Benton also suggested that McCarthy resign his senate seat. McCarthy scoffed at the proposal and referred to his critic as a "mental midget." Betilon's request w»s turned over > the -Gillette subcommittee yej- terday by chairman Kayden CD- Ariz) of the Senate Rules Commit- .ec. At the same time that group sent on to the Senate by a B to 3 vote a highly critical report on the Butler campaign which resulted in defeat of former Senator Millard Tydings, Democrat. w McCarthy and Senators Wherry <R-Neb) and Jenncr (R-Ind). opposed this move. McCarthy, who took a lashing hi the majority find- Ing, was given ten days to file a minority report. He said he hopes Wherry and Jenner loin in this dissent. Acllon (o Be Delayed Action on Benton's niove for probe of McCarthy's activities In the Maryland election campaign will be delayed because the subcommittee on privileges and elections has other jobs pending, Gillette said. These include bearings on ihe Ohio senatorial election, which Gillette said he hoped to get started "next weekend." McCarthy's plan to name Stale Department employes who, he savs. are involved in loyalty actions "is part of his long fued with the department which he contends Is shot through with Communists and Communist-sympathizers. He said lie decided to name names because department officials refused to make public those whose loyalty, he contends, has been questioned. Polio Attacks 6 of 8 Children In Brick Worker's Family ^•PMKBJ * * ART FROM THE CAMEROONS—Exotic wooden stools, painstakingly band-carved from one piece ol wood, are among the pie.ces of African an on display in the missionary exhibition, at the Westminster Cathedral Hall in London The stooli were dont by natives pf the Camcroons. uj Liuijvt;? VI iiir *~aMH'i uuua. Pennsylvania produces more Ice | ing out about 73.740,000 gallons » :ream than any other slate, turn- |; ear. Hang Traitors/ Sen. Duff Says IJOB ANGELES. Aug. ». W| — Dread polio has laid low six ot the eight children in the family of brick worker Donald F Ue Mars. All six of the youngsters are In Los Angeles General Hospital today. Two of them—three-year-old Richard and his oldo.si brother, Donald, 10—are In respirators. The other stricken children are Davis, 10 months; Shirley, five years; Audrey, seven, and Patricia, 12. The National Foundation for Infantile Paralysis said it was Use hardest swipe the disease has lak- en at a single family since 1946 when nine persons in a Minnesota family were stricken. Five children out of live were liit in Heno early this year. The foundation ha* ottered to pay the full cost o! treatment (or the De Mars children. DC Mars brought his family here troin Watertown, S.D.. six months ago. The first victim was Richard, one of twins, who entered th« hospital nine (lays ago. The two who have not become sick are Robert, three, the other twin, and Carole, 11. Twelve children have died at polio this year In Los Angeles. — 1 Kiwonis Plan Annual Fish Fry Plans for (heir annual fish (r> were discussed by members of the Blylhcs'llle Kiwanls Club at the weekly meeting of the club In Hotel Noble yesterday noon. The fish fry Is to be held nexl Wednesday night at 7:30 at Walker Park. It will take the place of the club's weekly meeting at noon next Wednesday. Wives and children of KluanlaiiK will be invited as special guests at the fish fry. A film. "Fishing for Fun", produced by Fisher Body Division of O»n- PITTSBURGH. Pa., Aug. 9. «>j— Senator Duff (R-Pa) said tcday (hat traitors In this country who plot with Rmsia to destroy the United States should be hanged. In a speech prepared for the Gay Foursome Again on River For Experiment MOUNDSVILLE. W.Va.. Aug 8.1 W>(—Pour young adventurers—twoI bachelors and two unmarried girls [ -..-- , .... v. it —were floating down ihe Ohio Riv-1 American Legion's Pennsylvania • er again today in what they call I state convention. Duff nlso drclar- an experiment In sociology. ' ed Russia ha., proposed "a fake, They shoved „„ m thdr rlft i ---.-; Korea anri this week | ..r^tharsia" yesterday, hopinV to I offered a "fake peace prcposal." j hitcn ridM M lne ';, The former Pennsylvania govern-j Orleans. The voyage was inter-1 or said It would ue n "fatal mislake" " ' sa lor America to let up in its defense mobilization because of these Communist moves. He said Americans "have fallen for enough Communist propaganda in this country since the end of World War II." ruptett two weeks ago when the ra(t turned over near here. I Mary Ellin McGrady, 24-year-old socioloKy student from the Univer-1 sity of Michigan, Is skipper of the I 12 by 20 foot rait. shB describes 1 tile trip as an experiment to find I out how people adjust themselvss I to living in a small .space. eral Motors rorjH>ratii>n, was shown Others on the floating labora-j members of the club at yesterday's t<ir i' are Geraldine ilarola, 23. Bos- meeting. Guests Included R, H. Kcndrkk , . cr of Osceola. William Wells ol Memphis and R. G. Cash, ton artbl; Milton Bfirden. 30. N'eiv Bedford. Mass., and Don Brown. 24,1 Detroit, another University oil Michigan student. Crooner Sinatra to Divorce Wife, Marry Ava, He Says RENO. Nev., Aug. 9 W)—Crooner Frank Sinatra announced today he will divorce his wife Nancy so he can marry movie siren Ava Gardner. The entertainer talked affably with newsmen in his suite at the Riverside Hotel, where he opens a 125,000 two-week singing engagement tonight. "I'm going to file for divorce while I'm here." said Sinatra. "Nancy didn't want to come up hefe for the divorce, but she has no objection to my filing for it." He said money matters and cus- - tody of their three children were settled in their separation agee- ment some time ago. Under terms of that agreement. Mrs. Sinatra gets one third of his income. Asked if he would marry Miss Gardner— with whom he has been romancing in the U.S.. Spain and Mexico--Sinatra grinned and' said: ."I would assume so." Squabble Described Sinatra described his recent flquabble with news reporters in Mexico, Los Angeles'and elsewhere »s exceptions to his : usual dealings with the press. / "The reason I got sore," he said, "is because I got Rome pretty rough handling from 4 couple of 'guys. They either tri«d ' to push me around or were imfair." Someone in the group suggested that perhaps. Frankie was a little hotheaded. / "Oh. I don't know." he answered. "Wouldn't ( you be hotheaded if Truman Should Give Up Yacht, Airplane to Set Example, GOP's State WASHINGTON, Aug. 8 (1P>— Some Republican congressmen think President Truman should . set an example of simple living »nd saving by giving up his Presidential yacht and airplane. Rep. Auchinloss (R-N.J) told the House the President would set a good example by "denying himself some of these luxuries." Rep. Scrivner (R-Kas) said about 5500,000 of the SsS.OCO.OOO,- 000 defense appropiation bill under House consideration is earmarked for operation of the Presidential yacht Williamsburg. Read Courier News Classified Ads someone started pushing you around? We've got some rights." The singer said he won't know until he talks svith his lawyers when ihe divorce will be. Under Nevada law he must remain in the state six weeks until a suit may be filed. Change of Heart Asked why Mrs. Sinatra had a change of heart and agreed to give him a divorce, the crooner replied: "I can't answer that because I don't know: In addition to the $25,000 more paid him here, he has a two-week engagement early in September at the Desert Inn at Las Vegas. He said he doesn't expect Miss Gardner to come to Reno—"but she may catch a show while I'm in Las Vegas. Children- Fill Box with Coins To Help Girl PITTSBURGH. Aug. ». lip} — Children are flocking to a certain neighborhood candy store here, but not to buy sweets! They are filling a box with nickels and dimes to help buy a new arm for a playmate. The donations are for 12-year- old Janet Cooper, whose right arm was amputated last Saturday. Janet fell from a swing a few- days before and the arm became infected. Three of her friends—Bonnie Balach, Danie Brunero and Dolores Kascak—decided the nicest gift they could offer would be an artificial arm. They talked it over with their parents, who started the fund. The contribution box was set out in the store, ,run by Bonnie's father. Not only the children, but the milkman, the breadman, the cop en the corner and housewives'out shopping, have left donations. Nor is that all. The three youngsters who started It all are melting the rounds in that neighborhood, collecting further funds. They hope to have their 51,000 by the end of the week..Until then what they have been doing will be kept secret from Janet. No Wonder It's Kentucky's Favorite Straight Bourbon! $488$ FIFTH Ml '''i'l • y,f1. 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